Question about 2008 Ford Explorer 2WD
Radio worked fine with satellite, regular radio, CD and auxiliary. All the sudden, when pressing the aux button to get satellite, satellite option doesn't even appear, only line in.
You have to have special ford radio tools. they look like two horse shoes. they clip into the two holes on either side of the radio and then you push outwards and pull on the clips at the same time and the radio slides right out. the tools are usually inexpensive and can probably be found at local auto parts store
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
From everything I've heard, this is a very common problem and can be costly to have repaired. One forum I found had this posting...maybe it will work for you.
"This is what I did to my In-Dash 6 disc CD Player.
Rather that toss the radio like most are saying to do you can try this first.
Pull the radio out and remove the screw on each side and the 2 on the back. Pop off the cover and you can see the CD's. The part of the CD changer may have not fully engaged the CD it wanted to play and it is stuck not knowing what to do. Press on the CD that so that the part that spins the CD is locked into the center of the CD. Leave the top open and plug in the CD player. It should start going through all of the cd's then if the CD error is gone it will play again."
Posted on Jul 31, 2009
SOURCE: 05 Ford F150 Radio doesn't work.
it needs to be programed to your vehicle. we have to program every replacement radio we install at the dealership. only takes a few mins.
Posted on Apr 27, 2010
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